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to bill rudin. >> on the anniversary of hurricane sandy and its impact. also "consumer reports" reliability ratings are in for the first time on tesla's model s. the results are rather surprising. we'll tell you how that car is faring and what it could mean for this momentum stock. that's coming up later on the "closing bell." the most free re, customizable charts, powerful screening tools, and guaranteed 1-second trades. and at the center of it all is a surprisingly low price -- just $7.95. in fact, fidelity gives you lower trade commissions than schwab, td ameritrade, and etrade. i'm monica santiago of fidelity investments, and low fees and commissions are another reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> welcome back. dominic chu, what's going on with amazon? >> amazon is lower, bill. it's kind of drifting near session lows today. they're being helped to the downside by a recommendation of sell over at standpoint research, they've also attached a $280 price target to the stock, citing of other things valuation. also
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last year because of superstorm sandy. it's back on again this weekend. i know an awful lot of brits who go over and run this. how big is this going to be, bearing in mind the cancellation next year? >> well, you know, it's interesting. the number of participants are going to be right around the same numbers they were last year, maybe a little bit lower. they've also seen -- they've seen a bit of a drop, though, and there's some feeling that there were bad feelings from a number of people because they came over here expecting to run the race because despite sandy, the officials continued to say we'll run the race, we'll run the race and they canceled two days before. nevertheless, i think you'll have anywhere from 45,000 to 48,000 expected finishers in the race that, of course, crosses through the five burrows of new york city. it is still a huge event, of course, but we could see slightly fewer participants than we did last year. and, of course, we are going to see increased security because of what happened in the boston marathon bombing last year. and just -- boston is the one tha
's no chance of me scratching your car. what could possibly go wrong? meanwhile, a year after hurricane sandy left it underwater and destroyed, ellis island is reopening today with repairs to the historical landmark continuing through the spring of next year. enough progress has been made for the museum to reopen. more than 1 million artifacts and photographs will remain in storage whilst the storm came through. >>> european equities, we're up .1 for the xetra dax and ftse. it's up over 2% and ahead of the -- following the s&p record close as well on friday. meanwhile, on the agenda at the beginning of the week today in the states we'll get a check of the real estate market. as we said, we have the september pending home sales number. that's released at 10:00 eastern. we'll have a read on the fed. that will give a read on factory activity, business conditions and employment. we'll also get industrial figures. we're right in the midst of earnings season. we'll have a look at merck, apple, we'll see if they have a life after the close today. >>> u.s. futures indicating a tick higher at the mome
on the corner, the bridge cafe. >> indeed. >> got inundated during sandy. >> yeah. >> unfortunately. still hasn't reopened. that's not a focus of my research under any circumstances. we're not that worried about it. >> in a way, you've never stopped covering real estate, right? >> no. >> it's always remained a passion of yours. >> and diana olick did a fantastic job. we didn't have one for many years, and i'm so happy she's covering it and doing a great job. what's more important than the retirement issue, the home you have? and the important thing for cnbc is making sure that the retirement issue is front and center in america. we're going to have a retirement crisis, the baby boomers are not in good shape for retirement, and we need to make that a big focus. >> you should try the generations after that. >> yeah, a tough one, too. our generation didn't save much until late in life. most of us didn't start saving money until late 30s and into our 40s. the average 55-year-old has something, like, $60,000 in their 401 k. it's not a good sign. we need to make that a real priority. >> glad they mad
you for bringing this one to my attention. i think you've got horse cents. that same night sandy in connecticut called about fly leasing with super fly ticker fly. here's a company with a 6% yield that rents aircraft to airline customers. unfortunately, it doesn't live up to the movie, let alone the fabulous curtis mayfield soundtrack. fly reports less than a week from now. i'm concerned the profits may not be so hot as current contracts have disappointed. this is a speculative way to play the industry, which i know i like. i like delta more, though. i think you need to see fly leasing results and get clarity on whether they have the cash flow to sustain that very big dividend. on friday october 18th they asked for an early trick-or-treat on tableau. this was a recent ipo. i had to do more research on it. operates in business intelligence, providing cloud-based software to its customers so they can analyze large amounts of dated that. they crushed the estimates, 17 cents earning beat and raising guidance. the stock in response popped 9 % but drifted lower on post-ipo lockup expir
. guthrie, thank you for bringing this one to my attention. >> all right. the same night sandy in connecticut called about fly leasing with it's super fly ticketer fly. here's a company that rents to airline customers but it doesn't live up to the movie let alone the sound track. it reports less than a week from now and i'm concerned the results may not be so hot as the current fleet of contracts disappointed investors before. this is a speculative way to play the airline industry. i like delta more but you need to see their results and get some clarity on whether the have the cash flow to sustain the dividend. last but not least, jordan asked for a early trick or treat on tabloid software. very hot for you home gamers. this was a recent ipo. i had to do more research on it. it operates in the business intelligence base providing cloud-based softwares so it's customers. 17 cents earnings beat and the stock then if response popped 9% but drifted lower on post-ipos. while i see it going higher over the long-term, as the company delivers accelerating growth over the near term, it'
to a nasty topic. it's basically the one year anniversary of sandy. that was a horrible thing. my sympathies for many that got hit again in the fire. but when you look at the fact that when these things happen, the government, even though it took long, $65 billion? that's three times the amount, basically, they say the slowdown, $20 billion to $25 billion. all i'm saying is things like hurricane or storms happen, we don't look at every single piece of data under that context. i think we need to be kind of fair about it. the other thing -- >> absolutely. very fair point, rick. >> yesterday 247 was the low yield for the 10-year on an intraday basis. that is an absolute picture perfect retracement of 136 basis point runup from may to september for a 10-year. heather hughes, it might be a great time to do some allocating. because maybe the rally in treasuries could be over as that yield test showed us yesterday. >> you have the blessing of mr. rick santelli. >> thank you all for joining us today with your thoughts on this market, including you, mr. bernstein. >> thank you. >> 50 minutes left in
target up. >> sandy cutler was on the show and talked about the big turn in construction span in 2014 doing better. the stock was when it reported it was looking down the dollar, and then it zoomed up three. it is consolidating here. it's good. >> speaking of consolidating, you are going to stick rndarounn the next hour. what should people be thinking about when it comes to coal versus nat gas? >> not only the secular decline in this country. are they going to make these 40-year coal plants shutter when jimmy carter was president? he said, we can become energy independent. a lot of people had the right to laugh. he did make the big utilities build coal plants. >> do they refurbish, spend a lot of money? will the epa force a closing? >> that makes it so that to get out of coal isn't a bad move. >> as the price of enjergy come down, they need to prove they are going to lower their costs. joy is the big coal. they make the coal. they had no orders last quarter. this coal business, still doing well in china. obviously, the chinese wish to some degree that it weren't. they are opening a pl
after hurricane sandy devastated new york and new jersey. nearly 51,000 people started the marathon which goes through all the fire burrows. cnbc's own courtney reagan ran and finished in 4:55. what a trooper. >>> well, that's it for today's show. i'm karen cho. thank you for ross westgate and myself, thank you for watching "worldwide exchange." >>> good morning, everybody. welcome to "squawk box" here on cnbc. i'm becky quick along with joe and andrew. in our headlines this morning, documents settling the insider trading case against sac capital are expected to be signed by the hedge fund and prosecutors today. the deal includes a guilty plea to one count of securities fraud. kate kelly will join us with the late nest a minute. >>> in the meantime, bids for blackberry are due today. there there's a tentative bid. other parties said to be vying for blackberry include serberus, qualcomm and the co founders. >>> tri-point homes is trying to buy the company for
because of sandy to have this victory again? >> for me, first of all, for this moment, i am back again. it was not my will. it was the will of god. for me, it was not easy. for me, this is my good moment because in my life, i have never won like this marathon. >> it was pretty good for us watching you win. >> watching you pull ahead in central park, around mile 24 or 25, what was that like? when did you know you were going to take that lead? >> that was my first time i was very happy. i did yesterday, because after that 5 kilometers, i knew that i will make it because i train well and i wanted to start slow and i had time to go. after five, i knew that i will make it. >> we were all watching that gap between you and the lead person at the time clothes. >> marcell, was the wind a factor at all? it had been talked about in terms of the runners. because of the cold or the wind, was that a factor in the race? >> it was definitely a factor. it was a lot of head wind. we were a group of five athletes. we worked together. so we had an opportunity. it was very important to save energy. >> tati
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